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Hosea 2:14

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However, in the future I will allure her; 1  I will lead 2  her back into the wilderness, and speak tenderly to her.

XREF

Ge 34:3; Jud 19:3; So 1:4; Isa 30:18; Isa 35:3,4; Isa 40:1,2; Isa 49:13-26; Isa 51:3-23; Jer 2:2; Jer 3:12-24; Jer 16:14; Jer 30:18-22; Jer 31:1-37; Jer 32:36-41; Jer 33:6-26; Eze 20:10,35,36; Eze 34:22-31; Eze 36:8-15; Eze 37:11-28; Eze 39:25-29; Ho 2:3; Am 9:11-15; Mic 7:14-20; Zep 3:9-20; Zec 1:12-17; Zec 8:19-23; Joh 6:44; Joh 12:32; Ro 11:26,27; Re 12:6,14

NET © Notes

tn The participle מְפַתֶּיהָ (méfatteha, Piel participle masculine singular + 3rd feminine singular suffix from פָּתָה, patah, “to allure”) following the deictic particle הִנֵּה (hinneh, “Now!”) describes an event that will occur in the immediate or near future.

tn Following the future-time referent participle (מְפַתֶּיהָ, méfatteha) there is a string of perfects introduced by vav consecutive that refer to future events.



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